Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET)

What is NAET?

Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET®) was discovered in 1983 and is a noninvasive, drug-free, natural solution to alleviate sensitivities and allergies of all types using a blend of selective energy balancing, testing, and treatment procedures from acupuncture/acupressure, allopathy, chiropractic, nutritional, and kinesiological disciplines of medicine.

NAET can successfully alleviate adverse reactions to egg, milk, peanuts, penicillin, aspirin, mushrooms, shellfish, latex, grass, ragweed, flowers, perfume, animal dander, animal epithelial, make-up, chemicals, cigarette smoke, pathogens, heat, cold, and other environmental agents. 

Benefits of NAET

With the advancement of science, technology, and processed or engineered foods, new chemicals and products are being developed that create potential allergens for many people. NAET is a truly revolutionary solution that provides relief from adverse reactions to allergens.

  • Eliminates allergies permanently.

  • Natural, painless, and noninvasive procedure.

  • Used safely on anyone, even newborn infants, the elderly, people in a coma, and pets.

  • High degree of success with NAET treatments.

  • Many people have eliminated an illnesses they thought were permanent afflictions.

  • Complements other medical therapies requiring the use of pharmaceutical drugs (antibiotics, chemotherapy, radiation) to treat for any side effects and to maximize the effectiveness of the drugs.

How the NAET process works

NAET incorporates a combination of various medical disciplines, such as allopathy (traditional medicine), acupuncture, chiropractic, kinesiology, and nutrition. The testing techniques use Question Response Testing (QRT), which indicates the kinetic (energetic) imbalance in the body caused by allergens.

  1. The NAET treatment stimulates pressure points along the spine from the neck to the sacrum while the client is holding an allergen.

  2. After the treatment, a strong QRT indicates that the allergy has been removed.

  3. Specific acupressure points are then massaged to stabilize the treatment.

  4. The substance must then be completely avoided for 25 hours following the treatment for best results.

Allergens are treated and cleared one at a time in a specific sequence. In most cases, one session is all that is required to eliminate a single allergy. Individuals who are highly sensitive may sometimes require additional treatments or combination treatments. 

What are allergies?

Allergies are hypersensitive immune responses to substances that either enter or come in contact with the body, such as pet dander, pollen, or bee venom. A substance that causes an allergic reaction is called an "allergen". Allergens can be found in food, drinks, or the environment. Most allergens are harmless and the majority of people are not affected by them. If you are allergic to a substance, such as pollen, your immune system reacts to it as if it were a pathogen (a foreign harmful substance) and tries to destroy it.

  • Allergies are the result of an inappropriate large immune response.

  • Some of the most common allergens are dust, pollen, and nuts.

  • An estimated one in five Americans have an allergy.

  • Allergies have a range of symptoms that can include sneezing, peeling skin. and vomiting.

  • Anaphylaxis is a serious allergic reaction that can be life-threatening.

  • There are a number of risk factors for allergies, including a family history.

  • If you already have an allergy, you are more likely to develop an allergy to something else.

  • In theory, any food has the potential to be an allergen.

Symptoms of allergies

When a person with an allergy comes into contact with an allergen, the allergic reaction is not immediate. The immune system gradually builds up sensitivity to the substance before overreacting to it. The immune system needs time to recognize and remember the allergen. As it becomes sensitive to it, it starts making antibodies to attack it - this process is called sensitization.

Sensitization can take from a few days to several years. In many cases the sensitization process is not completed and the patient experiences some symptoms but never a full allergy. When the immune system reacts to an allergen, there is inflammation and irritation. Signs and symptoms depend on the type of allergen. Allergic reactions may occur in the gut (digestive system), skin, sinuses, airways, eyes, and nasal passages.

Causes of allergies

The immune system of a person with an allergy reacts to the allergen as though it were a harmful pathogen - such as an undesirable bacterium, virus, fungus, or toxin. However, the allergen is not harmful. The immune system just becomes oversensitive to that substance. When the immune system reacts to an allergen, it releases immunoglobulin E (IgE), a type of antibody. IgE is released to destroy the allergen and it causes chemicals in the body to be produced. and it's these chemicals that cause the allergic reaction. One of these chemicals is histamine and causes tightening of the muscles, including those in the airways and the walls of blood vessels. It also makes the lining of the nose produce more mucus. People with allergies blame the allergen for their symptoms - a friend's pet, pollen, or dust mites. However, the allergens are not harmful. The problem is the allergic person's immune system, which mistakes harmless substances for harmful ones.​

Risks of NAET

 

The NAET procedure is safe, noninvasive, and works in harmony with your body.
 

Pricing

Please see the Pricing page for informathion on allergen treatment pricing.